I look back to the Tad teams that I loved and what they had. I never got that mad when I saw guys not moving much on offense and long possessions that ended up with a rushed, bad shot by the Buffs. It was frustrating, but I wasn't mad. These days, it makes me mad. So, what's different? I thought maybe it could be a building frustration I'd had over the years, but it's not that. The difference is that I can't get mad at guys when I see them selling out with everything they've got to deny the other team. Tad's teams used to play like they were on a mission. Every possession was a mission to get a stop. There was a fight for every rebound and loose ball. Turnovers by the offense were inflated by how often CU would get called for a charge. That was a team that was fighting and attacking even when we watched 5+ minute stretches when it didn't make a shot. I can cheer for a team like that without any reservations. Actually, I can cheer for a team like that more than I can a super-skilled finesse team that wins more than Tad's best teams ever did (last year's UCLA, for example). It's the same as like with my football teams. That "you may beat us, but you'll know you were in a fight" thing where the gambling community knows to bet against the team that just played the Buffs in their next game because they're physically and emotionally wrung out. I don't know what Tad needs to do, but this team needs to find that again.